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Love the Hair you Wear, indeed.

 

I had the wonderful opportunity to attend the natural hair event, Love the Hair you Wear located at Blind Whino in Washington, D.C. This is the third installment of this annual event and it was well worth the ticket price.  In the past years, I heard about this event and luckily heard about it in advance to attend. The event provided was able to take away some hair techniques that were shared by blogger,

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I’m sure by now if you follow me on social media you saw a flow of pictures and posters related to the Naturalista Hair Show. Although it was one day only, it was definitely an event to remember. While in attendance I caught a few classes and a panel for bloggers. To be honest, the whole vibe was just on point. The vendors, the finger food, the people, the location and the information were all just right.

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I had the pleasure of attending Boulevard of Chic in Baltimore, MD. This event features local vendors with jewelry trucks along with jewelry, beauty, and fashion tables. It was very hard to stay within my personal budget because there were so many pretty goodies that I couldn’t walk away from. The day was perfect with fashionable finds, perfect weather and food. Couldn’t ask for anything better. Here are some the vendors I had the pleasure in meeting at the event.

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Finally I’m aware of this event way ahead of time. Unfortunately even with knowing in advance I still waited to the last minute to purchase tickets. SMH. Missed out on the opportunity to get the VIP tickets which would have been a sweet deal. Anyway, this International Natural Hair Meetup is taking place in most major cities so be sure to check out the site for your city. nnhmd.com

For the DMV area we will have the pleasure of meeting some of my personal favorite youtubers,

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I had the pleasure of meeting the owner, Ayanna, of this new black owned business located on U Street, Primp Beauty Bar. The business is a beauty supply store that carries high end and low end hair products. There will be a wide variety of makeup, hair salon and fully functioning bar coming soon. I highlight that it’s a black owned business because there aren’t many beauty supply stores owned by African Americans, ironically. She was so pleasant and informed me about the upcoming Shea Moisture event.
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